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Infections During Pregnancy May Interfere With Genes Linked To Prenatal Brain Development

If a mother picks up an infection during pregnancy, her immune system will kick into action to clear the infection -- but this self-defence mechanism may also have a small inf...
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American Textile Company Commits To Complete Distraction Therapy Rooms at Children's Hospital Of Pittsburgh Of UPMC

A good distraction has proven benefits in calming preoperative children, and today, Pittsburgh-based American Textile Company announced a donation of $300,000 to Children's Ho...
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Newton-Wellesley Hospital's Early Detection Initiative Improves Clinical Outcomes, Reduces Nurse Alarm Response Time by 59%

EarlySense, the market leader in Contact-Free Continuous Monitoring solutions, announced today that Newton-Wellesley Hospital, a nationally recognized medical center and a mem...
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Omnicell's Newest Automated Dispensing Solutions To Be Showcased At The European Association Of Hospital Pharmacists Congress English

Omnicell, Inc. (NASDAQ: OMCL), a leading provider of medication and supply management solutions to healthcare systems and pharmacies, today announced it will showcase its XT A...
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Climb The Ladder Of Success With Home Health Conditions Of Participation (CoPs)

The new Medicare Home Health Conditions of Participation (CoPs) include revisions of the related to personnel, including requirements for the administrator role and qualificat...
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Anti-Bacterial Discovery Will Prevent Infections Spreading On Medical Devices

Microbiologists at Trinity College Dublin have discovered a new way to prevent bacteria from growing on medical devices such as hip replacements or heart valves implanted in t...
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Testing For Zika Virus: There's An App For That

Add rapid, mobile testing for Zika and other viruses to the list of things that smartphone technology is making possible. Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have deve...
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New Insights Into Side Effects Can Help Prostate Cancer Patients Choose Treatments

For many men newly diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer, concerns about potential quality-of-life issues often guide treatment decisions. A new study led by UNC Lineberg...
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First Patient Cured Of Rare Blood Disorder

Using a technique that avoids the use of high-dose chemotherapy and radiation in preparation for a stem cell transplant, physicians at the University of Illinois Hospital & He...
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Will The Doctor See Your Child Now?

Parents often want medical advice when their child gets sick but only about half are very confident they can get a same day appointment with their child’s provider, a new nati...
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Poison Prevention Awareness Week Kicks Off On March 19

The Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center (DPIC) at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a 24-hour emergency and information telephone service for anyone w...
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Combining Risk Score Tools Improves Stroke And Mortality Prediction For Atrial Fibrillation Patients

Combining two independent, scientifically-proven risk measurements allows physicians to better predict an atrial fibrillation patient’s risk of stroke or death. The tools also...
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New Blood Thinner Better At Preventing Recurrent Blood Clots Than Aspirin

An international research team with prominent Canadian leadership has found that the blood thinner rivaroxaban is as safe as aspirin, and more effective at preventing recurren...
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Automatic Palliative Care Consult For Patients With Advanced Cancers Leads To Improved Outcomes

A recent study demonstrated that increased palliative care consultations for patients with advanced cancers is associated with substantial impact on 30-day readmission, admini...
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Can Appendicitis Be Treated Solely With Medication?

For 130 years, surgery has been the standard treatment for appendicitis — inflammation of the appendix, a short tube extending from the colon. After all, it’s best to remove...
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People Who Have High Levels Of Two Cardiac Markers At High Risk Of Adverse Heart Events

New research suggests that GlycA, a newly identified blood marker, and C-reactive protein both independently predict major adverse cardiac events, including heart failure and ...
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A Blood Test For Autism

An algorithm based on levels of metabolites found in a blood sample can accurately predict whether a child is on the Autism spectrum of disorder (ASD), based upon a recent stu...
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Why Heart Attacks Can Happen To Anyone

Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death in the United States, killing nearly 610,000 people every year. That is one out of every four deaths. High blood pressure, high chole...
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New Supportive Care Resources From NCCN Help Patients With Cancer Confront Distress

All patients with cancer experience some level of distress associated with their cancer diagnosis and the effects of the disease and its treatment—regardless of the stage of d...
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Drug & Alcohol Problems Linked to Increased Veteran Suicide Risk, Especially in Women, Long-Term Study Finds

Veterans who have drug or alcohol problems are more than twice as likely to die by suicide as their comrades, a new study finds. And women veterans with substance use disorder...
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Statin Timing And Dosage May Improve Heart Surgery Outcomes

Patients on statins should not stop taking the cholesterol-lowering medication before heart surgery—even on the day of surgery, according to an article posted online today in ...
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The Medical Minute: Proper Support Can Lead To Breastfeeding Success

Studies have shown both the benefits of breast milk and the risks of not breastfeeding babies. But the breastfeeding process can be frustrating and daunting for some mothers a...
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Which Kids Will Take Longer To Recover From Brain Injury?

A new biomarker may help predict which children will take longer to recover from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to a preliminary study published in the March 15, 20...
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Nurse Anesthetists Urge Patients To “Kick Butts” For Better, Healthier Surgical Outcomes

What if you were denied a surgical procedure because you smoke and refuse to quit? It does happen! That’s one reason why, for this year’s National Kick Butts Day, on March 15,...
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